michaeljeans.co.nz was viewed about 27,000 times in 2011.
Quite like the result though. The first of four books due for publication May / June 2011.
The second in a series of four Blurb books for publication by 1 July 2011. Getting there. I didn’t make this one; Fliss did. I did take the bulk of the photographs though. This sequence was amusing when I made it – it seems even more so now.
Michael Jeans iPad rendering of my website 1 April 2011
I have just made a new website. The most satisfying to date. Not flash, not all that trendy – although it does have Facebook and Twitter buttons :).
Abandoned layout experiment mid January 2011 published 1/3/2011
One of the things one does, when blogging, is to watch the incoming stats. This does become a bit of an obsession.
Next year the Telecom NZ CDMA network will shut down. I need a new phone. So going all out what do I want?
Automattic has transferred the WordPress trademark to the WordPress Foundation, the non-profit dedicated to promoting and ensuring access to WordPress and related open source projects in perpetuity.
It’s our pleasure to announce WordCamp New Zealand 2010. This will be in Auckland on the weekend of August 7th and 8th. Sorry tickets closed on Thursday 6th August at 5pm NZ time.
The joys of WordPress.ORG. If you want to know more (much more) how about joining us at WordCampNZ in Auckland next weekend.
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Oh and if you haven’t heard about WordCamp then check this out. I’m going to WordCampNZ in August.
Apologies to Safari users who’ve been unable to my view recent video embeds. I think I’ve solved the problem – though can’t work out why it should have been happening. Is it an address thing (michaeljeans.co.nz v http://www.michaeljeans.co.nz)? I don’t think so – any ideas? It is definitely an issue at the Vimeo server end – I have over ridden the embed at this / these domain(s) only with a global setting for the time being – beyond that I’m a bit lost.
The right hand and narrower column (also known as the sidebar) serves navigation in a variety of forms – the most useful being recent entries, a search function, site map and search by month drop down along with links to useful and interesting places (IMHO) on this and other websites. So, to continue the story, I sat down at a machine this morning (XP / IE6) brought up my site only to find no sidebar – I can appreciate this is rather off putting if you are a first time visitor. My problem I guess – but I have only one answer – upgrade to the latest version of your browser – and there are other advantages to this – security for one. BTW the ten entries on my front page are there with the sidebar underneath – just scroll down – annoying, but at least you know.